Moby ‎– Come On Baby

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Come On Baby 3:52
Come On Baby (Eskimos & Egypt 7" Mix) 3:41
Come On Baby (Crystal Method Mix) 7:14
Whip It (Death Metal Version) 4:21
Go (Live At The Splash Club) 2:42
All That I Need Is To Be Loved (Live At The Splash Club) 3:34

Versions (7)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
XCDMute200 Moby Come On Baby(CD, Single) Mute XCDMute200 UK 1996 Sell This Version
12Mute200 Moby Come On Baby(12") Mute 12Mute200 UK 1996 Sell This Version
CDMute200, CDMUTE200UK, CDMUTE 200 (UK) Moby Come On Baby(2xCD, Single, Ltd) Mute CDMute200, CDMUTE200UK, CDMUTE 200 (UK) UK 1996 Sell This Version
CDMute200 Moby Come On Baby(2xCD, Single, Ltd) Mute CDMute200 UK 1996 Sell This Version
CDMute200 Moby Come On Baby(CD, Maxi) Mute CDMute200 Europe 1996 Sell This Version
CDMute200 Moby Come On Baby(CD, Single, Promo, CD2) Mute CDMute200 UK 1996 Sell This Version
none Moby Come On Baby(Cass, Maxi, Promo) Mute none UK 1996 Sell This Version

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Habitak_Berlin

Habitak_Berlin

November 10, 2009
referencing Come On Baby, 2xCD, Single, Ltd, CDMute200

Moby was on a strange punk rock / death metal trip when he released this. Having long stopped being a fan, I find most of the tracks on this release unlistenable now. CD 1 swings between noisy rock without melodies and boring acoustic renditions of club classics ("Go", "Hymn"). CD 2 features remixes of "Come On Baby". Eskimos & Egypt provide industrial mixes which already sounded dated even when this was released. Only the Crystal Method mix stands the test of time to me, even though I think they just took one of their own unreleased standard tracks and added a handful of vocal samples on top to sell it as a remix. There is really no good reason for buying this unless you are a hardcore fand who gets off on limited editions and unusual packaging.
DJ_Trip_LX

DJ_Trip_LX

October 26, 2002
referencing Come On Baby, 12", 12Mute200

The Crystal Method mix alone is worth finding this record in a back bin somewhere. Smooth transition, high mixability, and a great album all around. Highly recommended!